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VIDEO: Christina Aguilera Trips Up -- Then Literally Trips At Grammys

May 28 2018, Updated 10:16 a.m. ET

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If bad things come in threes, Christina Aguilera's really due for some better luck right about now.

Following her divorce last autumn and an embarrassing mistake at last week's Super Bowl, the 30-year-old Burlesque star jumped on another singer’s line and lost her footing during her performance at Sunday’s Grammy Awards.

The mistakes occurred during an Aretha Franklin tribute that also featured Jennifer Hudson, Martina McBride, Florence Welch and Yolanda Adams. First, Aguilera sang prematurely on one of McBride’s lines, giving her a look that said, “My Bad” after the innocent mistake.

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After the performance, Aguilera tripped on her dress onstage, and Welch helped her back up, where she received a standing ovation with the other four vocalists for the rousing tribute to the Queen of Soul.

It's been a rough six months for the Genie In A Bottle singer: During the Super Bowl, she botched a key verse in her performance of The Star Spangled Banner, singing, "What so proudly we watched at the twilight's last reaming," when she was supposed to have sung, "O'er the ramparts we watched, were so gallantly streaming."


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And as previously reported, the Beautiful singer filed for divorce from Jordan Bratman, the father of her son Max, on October 14, 2010. She's since been seen cozying up to her one-time assistant, Matt Rutler.


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